Stillwater, Minnesota 

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Be Still. - 2/5/2017
The downtown is charming. Touristy at times in the summer and fall. Traffic can be a bear during those days. Lots of antique stores, lots of vintage houses. Water adds to the wonderful views. Living there, I think I might have liked it better in the more affluent neighborhoods. There's sort of hit and miss housing market. You might find a wonderful Victorian sitting right next to a neighbor with a rusted out truck sitting in the backyard. I personally liked the place but for the occasional dog pack that followed me home. No, that's not a metaphor. At least when I was there, dogs ran freely through the area. But, it can be quaint, charming. Affordable, yes, not so many convenient big city amenities. But, it's not meant to be Read More

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Big-City Amenities; Small-Town Feeling - 8/23/2015
Stillwater is one of the most beautiful towns in the upper midwest. The view of the St. Croix River and the hills are reminiscent of the Rhine River Valley in Germany (minus the castles). This city has excellent medical facilities, arts and entertainment, many churches, and beautiful scenic drives in every direction. Cost of living can be expensive, but affordable places exist if you're willing to look hard. The town is beautiful in all seasons, and the people are friendly and everyone seems happy here. Read More

Midwest - 9/18/2014
Stillwater is beautiful for the short summer that we have. Low crime rate beautiful scenic area. 40 minutes to Minneapolis and St. Paul.
Scenic water way and good job market. The down side. Winter starts about October or November and lasts at least until May. The winters are brutal and COLD!!!. If you are not a winter person this is no place to Read More

Stillwater, MN - 6/25/2009
Statistical information is interesting. Having been born in Stillwater in the 50's and mostly raised here, I find the growing population less desirable. Stillwater used to have a viable downtown shopping area and now it is simply a destination for tourist with little desire or reason for hometown people to go downtown. We have a beautiful riverfront town but it is congested with cars running through the main street on their way back to the State of WI, leaving our downtown filled with car exhaust. We have one of the most beautiful libraries in the Read More

Beautiful place to live - 5/6/2007
Stillwater is a beuatiful hybrid of small and large town. One can live on a lake and be veru close to all the amenities of a large city...Minneapolis/St.Paul. It is still a neighbourhood town...great quality of Read More

Lack of Public Transportation - 7/15/2006
There is a serious lack of public transportation in Stillwater. We have MetroTransit buses that run from our recreation center to the downtowns, however, the schedules are so few and far between that it is a hard system to utilize.

Most Stillwater-arians utilize their very expensive Read More

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